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How soon does it take to file a L-1 visa petition now without premium processing?

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I don't know but will they delay the progress basically because i didn't spend $1000 more for the 15 days guarantee? I found from USCIS website said they could do it within one month, but i doubt...

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Several months

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The processing times from USCIS should provide you with general guidelines of how long it will take. This is in addition to the consular processing of your case if applicable.

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A few months.

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